'Alaskan Bush People' Road Trip Bad News For Ami Brown?

The Brown family has left California and have headed east. The family traveled through Colorado over the weekend, and they are said to be taking a break from the hospital life.

Alaskan Bush People fans are aware Ami Brown was diagnosed with stage III lung cancer over a year ago and that the family had moved from Alaska to California, where Ami would undergo chemotherapy and radiation treatment. It hasn't been an easy road for the family, all of whom have watched their mom's health deteriorate over the past few months.

Ami's first round of chemotherapy was very tough on her. She was very sick and she had lost a lot of weight. She took a few weeks to recover from the final round of treatment before her doctors wanted to start a second round. However, not long after several outlets had reported that Ami had started chemotherapy again, there was evidence that the Browns left California. Now, fans might have some insight into what's going on thanks to an update from the non-fan Facebook page Alaskan Bush People Exposed.

Many people became curious about the family's whereabouts after Rain Brown posted a photo of herself in Trinidad, Colorado. Several people found themselves wondering why Rain was in Colorado and the family wasn't all together with Ami in the hospital. Turns out, Ami may not be in the hospital either.

"We're pretty sure Ami is with them. She had to briefly stop this round of chemo because she got so sick from the side effects and needed a break," wrote the page's curator on Monday.

Interestingly, the page also posted a couple of updates on other family members, like Bam, who was spotted in South Carolina recently. It is unknown where the Brown family is headed or if Ami Brown will continue on with her chemo treatments. At this time, some fans seem to think this might be the end of the road for Ami and that she is spending some quality time with her husband, Billy, and their children. Others are hopeful Ami will start to regain her strength and that the second round of chemo will help prolong her life.

Are you a fan of Alaskan Bush People? Do you think this road trip is a good thing for Ami and the Brown family? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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